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Subject: Breaks in Music Content
To Saint Dilbert: You may want to try listening to the Hi Fi version streaming instead of using the player. Also If you have sound recording software you can fix it... I checked it out and if you eliminate the space between the slip knot and Franklin's Tower there is virtually no lapse... It can be difficult when there are a bunch of these... I do appreciate the comment though... Sometimes on the Hi Fi version the lapse will be less obvious because it seems to process it faster. I only do these fixes for my own music therapy appreciation... And you are right... sometimes they could pick a better spot to "break". But we have to bear in mind that these things are labours of love and there will be imperfections. Also this is something I taught myself by trial and error... Happy Listening!!!
Saint Dilbert -
Subject: A Gripe
I have an audio cassette of this show, of unknown provenance, which tracks seamlessly from Slipknot into Franklin's Tower, one of the best transitions I have ever heard. The opening chords of Tower are huge. On this streaming format, however, the transition is interrupted by a moment of silence which was not there in performance. It ruins it. Remember, "the music never stopped".
Thank you Hunter for this crispy Matrix. Love and respect for #100. Tomorrow night,TnT Style in Chicago, the Boys are back in town!
Subject: High Time
Another great matrix by Mr Seamons! High Times is exquisite and is certainly one of the best ever. Four star show and a five star matrix.